Government House (1864) in Perth is the seat of the unelected Governor of Western Australia.
The Neoclassical Supreme Court of Western Australia (1903) is located in Stirling Garden, Perth.
A Queensland bottle tree (Brachychiton rupestris) seen in King's Park and Botanic Garden in Perth, Western Australia.
St Georges Anglican Cathedral (1888) in Perth, Western Australia, is in the Gothic Revival style.
The Barracks Arch (1866) in Perth, Western Australia, is the sole remaining portion of the Pensioner Barracks originally used to house prison guards.
Banksia, such as this example seen in King's Park and Botanic Garden in Perth, Western Australia, are relics from the super-continent of Gondwana.
Mangles kangaroo paw (Anigozanthos manglesii), common in Kings Parkand Botanic Garden, Perth, is Western Australia’s floral emblem.
A marble statue of Queen Victoria (1903) stands in Kings Park, Perth, Western Australia.
The 620-meter Lotterywest Federation Walkway (2003) in King's Park, Perth, Western Australia, is suspended among a canopy of tall eucalypts.
Claisebrook Cove is a quiet backwater off the Swan River in Perth, Western Australia.